[B-Greek] Greek text with lexicon/Marilyn Phemisters audio files
mjmorthotics0 at msn.com
Sun Nov 29 17:13:54 EST 2009
I have enjoyed listening to the CD since 2003; was hoping you or someone might have produced the LXX also; I have transferred the files to my mp3 players and listen on the go or at work by headset; I have begun to upload to Internet Archive at archive.org my collected digital library, about 100 gig of classical, biblical, theological, historical, reference works. Recently converted the 38 volume set of the Early (Christian) Church Fathers from a freeware WIN HELP files to PDF and uploaded them all to Internet Archive. I would be pleased to upload your work in part or whole, with or without the text, if you wish, and if it is legal or permissible within copyrights. And again, thank you. You may see my contributions at :
From: "Marilyn Phemister" <windmill65 at yahoo.com>
Sent: Sunday, November 29, 2009 1:10 PM
To: "Michael" <mjmorthotics0 at msn.com>; "b-greek" <"b-greek"@lists.ibiblio.org>
Subject: Re: [B-Greek] Greek text with lexicon/Marilyn Phemisters audio files
> Thanks for the compliment, Michael. Unfortunately, the CCEL no longer
> offers my files for listening or free download, although they are
> available on CD. I'm afraid my reading is not very good, but it
> accomplished its purpose for me by making the GNT available to me in an
> audio form which I could understand. Since I thought I might go blind,
> I needed that. I had hoped the Ethereal Library would keep the files
> available and free for downloading. Unfortunately, most of the links
> go back to the CCEL.
> Recently someone else made them available on his website. I have lost
> the information. But all the files are available individually by
> searching the Internet Archive.
> If anyone runs across my audio files in one place on the Internet,
> please let me know, so I can tell others where they are.
> Marilyn Phemister
> Michael wrote:
>> I too thought well of your work; perhaps someone might help to enable
>> the lint to the lexical aid to display by pointing or without need to
>> open in a separate window. Many thanks also to Marilyn Phemister's
>> excellent Audio Greek NT of CCEL and Calvin College. Mike Miles.
>> From: "Marilyn Phemister" <windmill65 at yahoo.com>
>> Sent: Sunday, November 29, 2009 11:10 AM
>> To: "John Barach" <johnbarach at shaw.ca>; "b-greek"
>> <b-greek at lists.ibiblio.org>
>> Subject: Re: [B-Greek] Greek text with lexicon
>>> I think you have provided a wonderful resource for people beginning to
>>> read the Greek New Testament. It might be helpful to include some
>>> information about the Greek text you are using and the source of the
>>> lexicon information. And what are the numbers? Are they from Stong's
>>> How about including a link to some information about yourself and maybe
>>> a picture?
>>> This is one of the best things I have seen on the Internet for people
>>> who want to develop fluency in reading the GNT. Now we need someone to
>>> do the same thing with the LXX.
>>> Marilyn Phemister
>>> John Barach wrote:
>>>> I have taught Greek for over 15 years and in my experience Greek
>>>> students would like to read the NT, but they are deficient in
>>>> No sooner do they begin, than they are confronted with a word that was
>>>> not learned in their grammar.
>>>> They look it up in the analytical lexicon, read two more short words
>>>> are back to the lexicon.
>>>> For that reason, I have developed the following Greek NT text with
>>>> for each word to a lexicon.
>>>> I think it has an advantage over an interlinear approach because it
>>>> encourages learning new words by remembering what had been "clicked"
>>>> Would you do me a favor by looking at the site and giving me your
>>>> This link is to the main index.
>>>> John Barach
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